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P4dstar

Free vac and hose with 50mm cuff, also has the sucker with one connection. Just get yourself some poles and a new filter and you’re good to go. All works etc, just that I’ve upgraded mine.

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Paul2020

I’d take it. Where are you based? 

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Tomlamb10

Where are you based mate? 
I’ll have it off you! 

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Part Timer
56 minutes ago, P4dstar said:

just that I’ve upgraded mine.

To a?

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P4dstar
12 minutes ago, Part Timer said:

To a?

One of these;

https://www.cleanstore.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=3789

It's the model Grippa sell. Using my old poles and bought a reinforced hose and ends from Gutter Vacuum systems and then the silicone elbow from Amazon. The difference is staggering. It was sat in a pile ready for when the tip opens but seems wasteful as its working.

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Pjj
29 minutes ago, P4dstar said:

One of these;

https://www.cleanstore.co.uk/products/Product.asp?ID=3789

It's the model Grippa sell. Using my old poles and bought a reinforced hose and ends from Gutter Vacuum systems and then the silicone elbow from Amazon. The difference is staggering. It was sat in a pile ready for when the tip opens but seems wasteful as its working.

Don’t think the speck is the same as the grippatank one I have one they are  2400 watt motor that one is a 2000 watt but they are an ok vac ime more than happy with mine 

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scottish cleaning service

I like the 22kg weight good for carrying about if wheels break.

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P4dstar
2 hours ago, Paul2020 said:

I’d take it. Where are you based? 

Sorry man I didn't spot your post. I'm in Gloucestershire. Looks like you were first to comment so I'll give you first dibs.

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Robt100

Not a bad gig there, your first post on the forum gets you a free guttervac🤣

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P4dstar
3 hours ago, Robt100 said:

Not a bad gig there, your first post on the forum gets you a free guttervac🤣

Not if he doesn’t reply 😂 

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Paul2020
8 hours ago, P4dstar said:

Sorry man I didn't spot your post. I'm in Gloucestershire. Looks like you were first to comment so I'll give you first dibs.

Brilliant. 

Let me know how to contact you regarding this. 🙂

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P4dstar
5 hours ago, Paul2020 said:

Brilliant. 

Let me know how to contact you regarding this. 🙂

I'll drop you a message with my number mate, drop me a text and we'll sort something out.

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P4dstar
14 hours ago, Pjj said:

Don’t think the speck is the same as the grippatank one I have one they are  2400 watt motor that one is a 2000 watt but they are an ok vac ime more than happy with mine 

I'm not 100% sure their 40L model is 2400w. I could be completely wrong but during my search I messaged a company regarding the model I bought. They no longer sell to the public but pointed me at Grippa, they said they supply that model to them. The spec is 2x 1060 motors on them. I will point out that Grippa in my recent experience seem like an honest lot (perhaps a little calamitous at times) so if they aren't 2400 then I'm sure it wouldn't be deliberately misrepresenting it.

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Teaboy

we have 2 of the grippa ones they are sound but do seem to block up /Fill quickly, frequent emptying.

we need to order the grippa poles as one of the lads reversed over the bag crushing 4

 

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scottish cleaning service
28 minutes ago, Teaboy said:

we have 2 of the grippa ones they are sound but do seem to block up /Fill quickly, frequent emptying.

we need to order the grippa poles as one of the lads reversed over the bag crushing 4

 

I'm buying 6 elite set from Spinaclean today as I seem to be getting a lot of gutter clears now at £65 a pop.

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Pjj
On 06/04/2020 at 08:15, P4dstar said:

I'm not 100% sure their 40L model is 2400w. I could be completely wrong but during my search I messaged a company regarding the model I bought. They no longer sell to the public but pointed me at Grippa, they said they supply that model to them. The spec is 2x 1060 motors on them. I will point out that Grippa in my recent experience seem like an honest lot (perhaps a little calamitous at times) so if they aren't 2400 then I'm sure it wouldn't be deliberately misrepresenting it.

Mine is the 40 ltr and that’s 2400 watts very handy for shop fronts or difficult access jobs 

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scottish cleaning service

Ordered my new Elite Poles from Spinaclean because the gutter work keeps coming in. Eventually I hope to have two Vac systems up and running.

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ks789
3 hours ago, scottish cleaning service said:

Ordered my new Elite Poles from Spinaclean because the gutter work keeps coming in. Eventually I hope to have two Vac systems up and running.

Landlord of my house has got a job and a half on his hands. Downpipe blocked and roof water just going all over that bit of the house. He didnt try to gutter vac it out etc, and dug up to get to the soakaway pipe. From 50 or 60 years ago, they'd bodged it. On the back of the house, is fine, wide, cast iron type leading away from house. But this front one, its just a drainpipe size pipe leading off, then slightly smaller diameter alluminium looking pipe wedged into that, and going god knows where, but doesnt look like its going 5 metres from the house. So hes gonna do a new proper soakaway etc. 

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scottish cleaning service
36 minutes ago, ks789 said:

Landlord of my house has got a job and a half on his hands. Downpipe blocked and roof water just going all over that bit of the house. He didnt try to gutter vac it out etc, and dug up to get to the soakaway pipe. From 50 or 60 years ago, they'd bodged it. On the back of the house, is fine, wide, cast iron type leading away from house. But this front one, its just a drainpipe size pipe leading off, then slightly smaller diameter alluminium looking pipe wedged into that, and going god knows where, but doesnt look like its going 5 metres from the house. So hes gonna do a new proper soakaway etc. 

Best to hire a mini-digger and try and miss the Gas, Leaky and water pipes in the process.

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ks789
1 hour ago, scottish cleaning service said:

Best to hire a mini-digger and try and miss the Gas, Leaky and water pipes in the process.

Or this bloke lives on the close who does work for him sometimes, hes got the strength of a sasquatch, prob dig the whole lot out in under 2 hours by shovel. Was trying to uproot/demolish this tree in the garden and he ripped it up like it was a daffodil 😂  👣 - bigfoot / sasquatch prints

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